Purple Is Powerful TV Tropes
This is purple being used to symbolize the power and or coolness of a character, whether the character is badass, of Royal Blood, or something else.
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When Laura Bailey does a Harry Potter Breakfast Club one shot, you drop everything you are doing and you draw. Will add color to it later, but here’s the lineart!
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Paper Thin Disguise TV Tropes
This trope differs from the general case of Wig, Dress, Accent in that a Wig, Dress, Accent disguise is always plausible. Paper Thin Disguise also includes the element of being staged as if the disguise really is convincing, which is not generally present in Wig, Dress, Accent.
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Luke Cage was created by Roy Thomas, Archie Goodwin and John Romita Sr. shortly after blaxploitation films emerged as a popular new genre. He debuted in his own series, with the cover trademark Luke Cage, Hero for Hire and the title Hero for Hire. The series initially was written by Goodwin and pencilled by George Tuska.
MacGuffinite Atomic Rockets
The whole structure of Western society may well be unfitted for the effort that the conquest of space demands. No nation can afford to divert its ablest men into such essentially non creative, and occasionally parasitic, occupations as law, advertising, and banking.
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Movies have really annoyed people over the years. There was once a time when they were so unpopular among polite society that the mayor of New York tried to ban movie theaters altogether.
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